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  • Speed Capital microfinance ready for the climb

    Established in 2009, Speed Capital Ltd has risen through the years into being a leading microfinance institution in Kenya. Speed commenced business from a humble beginning with only one office in the Nairobi CBD. The institution has further broadened into four other counties with a total of 8 branches and a growing clientele base of […]


  • Your microfinancier of choice

    Your microfinancier of choice Yehu Microfinance Trust, is a microfinance organization in the rural Kenya for the low income entrepreneurs, and provides financial solutions and other support services for small businesses. The organization began as a project of CHOICE Humanitarian in 1998 with 300 female members in a small rural village in the Kwale County, […]


  • Faulu Microfinance Bank aims at providing affordable loans

    Faulu Microfinance Bank Limited is a limited liability company duly incorporated in Kenya under the Companies Act. The company changed its name to Faulu Kenya Deposit Taking Microfinance (DTM) Limited in 2008 as part of the requirements to obtain the Deposit Taking Licence from the Central Bank of Kenya. In May 2009, Faulu became the […]


  • Jamii Bora Bank partners With Rapid Communications

    We at Jamii Bora Bank have a dedicated customer base of over 300,000 and 33 outlets countrywide, of which 22 are already fully-fledged Central Bank of Kenya Approved branches. Our main focus as a Bank is leveraging on technology to enable our clients and all our stakeholders to have access to a truly robust financial […]


  • Microfinance opportunities in Kenya.

    Microfinance related services play a vital role in Kenya’s economy. An estimated 10 percent to 15 percent of the population relies entirely on NGOs and informal associations for financial services. A national survey given in 1999 estimated that 20 percent of the country’s total employment was involved in microenterprises, contributing more than 25 percent of […]